Review one lawyer's fight vs. Harris County probation officials.
According to prosecutors, Gibson, now 69, moved to Fort Worth where he was required to register as a sex offender. Gibson said he also would drive around naked from the waist down while searching for children with cookies, a wig and gloves in his car, Tarrant County prosecutors said. Since 1973, Gibson has been convicted eight times for sex crimes and received sentences totalling 103 years although he only served 29 years behind bars.
J.C. Penney Co., under major pricing and merchandising changes, swung to a bigger-than-expected first-quarter loss and said Tuesday it no longer expects to meet its previous profit forecast for the year as it sees more restructuring charges.
Three members of the all-Republican Texas Supreme Court face re-election this year, but two will have to survive primary opponents who accuse the court of becoming too pro-business.
Researchers say they've shown that certain plants have smarts during dry times.
Gov. Rick Perry isn't saying whether he approves of the University of Texas at Austin president whose job was reported to be in jeopardy.
U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson has placed her longtime chief of staff on administrative leave.
A Central Texas teenager has pleaded guilty to murder in the 2011 Waco drive-by fatal shooting of another youth.
MONT BELVIEU - With Cinco Ranch comfortably ahead in the Class Region III girls golf tournament, all that was left to be settled was the individual championship between the Cougars' Maddie Luitwieler and Kari Bush of Clear Lake. Cinco Ranch, which shot a final-round 312 and had a two-round total 619, beat runner-up Clements (627) by eight shots to advance to state for the fourth straight year. Seven Lakes (650), which improved by 22 shots in the final round, was the third team to qualify for the state tournament April 28-29 in Austin. Senior Kennedy Ishee of Cinco Ranch will be making her fourth appearance at the state tournament. Cinco Ranch, which won the girls 19-5A championships by 38 shots, led regionals by eight shots over Clements after the rain-delayed first round was completed Tuesday.
SEALY - Before Friendswood golf coach John Hext got on the bus to leave the course Tuesday, he was unsure if he was going to tell his players the magnitude of what was within reach. Friendswood sits in first place after the first round of the Class 4A Region III championships at River Ridge Golf Club. If the Mustangs hold on to one of the top three places after Wednesday's final round, they will be the first boys golf team in school history to qualify for state. "I don't think they know that," Hext said. "We've had individuals go, but we've never done it as a team. We're going to eat some dinner and go to Bass Pro Shops and try not to think too much about it.